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Old 28-12-2003, 05:01 PM
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Default meat grinders

Has anyone had experience with the meat grinder attachment for the
Kitchenaid? Since I already have the Kitchenaid mixer, I am wondering
if the attachment is the best way to go for ground meat. Jane

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meatgrinder wrote:

I have a meat grinder/sausage stuffer. The cheap kind that you clamp to
a counter top and turn the crank to get your ground meat. I tried using
it for the first time and did not assemble it correctly. Now the meat is
very so ground up it looks like mush. I want to make meatballs out of
this. Do you think it will be OK for meat balls? I used a round steak.

Also, is a top round roast a good meat to make ground beef? It is on
sale now and am considering getting one if OK to grind. Otherwise, I
would not know what to do with a top round roast.
What are other meats good for making ground beef?

Thank you,
Meat Grinder today. Italian cook tomorrow !

Sorry for the error. It is not a top round roast on sale it is a
sirloin tip roast that is on sale. Is this a good meat to make ground beef.

Thank you.
Meat Grinder today. Italian cook tomorrow !